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cirripede

(sîr′ə-pēd′) also

cirriped

(-pĕd′)
n.
Any of various crustaceans of the subclass Cirripedia, which includes the barnacles and related organisms that attach themselves to objects or become parasitic in the adult stage.

cir′ri·pede′ adj.

cirripede

or

cirriped

any marine arthropod of the class Cirripedia, such as the barnacles and the parasite Sacculina.

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Systematics and biogeography of Tropical Eastern Pacific Chthamalus with descriptions of two new species ( Cirripedia , Thoracica ).
Comparative SEM studies of lattice organs: putative sensory structures on the carapace of larvae from Ascothoracida and Cirripedia (Crustacea Maxillopoda Thecostraca).
Cirripedia thoracica (Crustacea) collected during the "Campagne de La Calypso (1961-1962)" from the Atlantic shelf of South America.
Chamisso and Eysenhardt, 1821) Siphonophorae Hemicyclops thalassius (Vervoort and Ramirez,1966) Scyphozoa--Scyphomedusae Copepoda (nauplius) Polychaeta (larvae) Cirripedia (nauplius and cypris) Cladocera Decapoda (larvae) Penilia avirostris Dana, 1852 Lucifer faxoni Borradaile,1915 Ostracoda Amphipoda Copepoda Isopoda (larvae) Paracalanus aculeatus Gastropoda (larvae) Giesbrecht, 1888 Paracalanus quasimodo Bowman, 1971 Bivalvia (larvae) Paracalanus spp.
According to Darwin's scenario for the origin and early evolution of the Cirripedia, the animals became sessile filterfeeders and consequently underwent considerable adaptive restructuring.
Cnidaria (Carijoa riisei), Crustacea Cirripedia (Amphibalanus amphitrite, Amphibalanus reticulatus, Megabalanus coccopoma, Balanus trigonus), and Mollusca Bivalvia (Myoforceps aristatus, Isognomon bicolor, Perna perna).
The formation of new pores along with proceeding growth is also known in other Cirripedia Thoracica, for example, Semibalanus balanoides, Balanus crenatus, and Lepas anatifera (Bocquet-Vedrine, 1970; Walker, 1973; Kugele and Yule, 2000).
In other superorders of Cirripedia, namely Acrothoracica and Rhizochephala, dioecy with coexistence of large females and dwarf males is the norm (Klepal, 1987; Hoeg, 1995).
de Endemicas especies Hyalospongiae Esponjas de cristal 6 2 (33%) Scleractinia Corales petreos 25 1 (4%) Gastropoda Caracoles 25 24 (96%) Turridae Cirripedia Crustaceos cirripedios 14 11 (79%) Tanaidacea Crustaceos 9 2 (22%) Macrura Crustaceos decapodos 29 10 (34%) Brachiura & Crustaceos decapodos 24 10 (41%) Anomura Bivalvia Bivalvos 7 7 (72%) Septibranchia Brachiopoda Braquiopodos 4 1 (25%) Echinoidea Erizos 19 8 (42%) Total 164 76 (46,3%) Tabla 3.